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Numero 95 (Ltd. Clear Vinyl)
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Last in: 27.05.2022
Label: numero group
Cat-No: NUMLPC1108
Release-Date: 05.03.2021
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Quiet Force - Listen to the Music (00:00) Quiet Force - Listen to the Music (00:00) 1 Quiet Force - Listen to the Music
Barry Coates, The Hats - Hovercraft (00:00) Barry Coates, The Hats - Hovercraft (00:00) 2 Barry Coates, The Hats - Hovercraft
Andrew Gordon - Walking the Lonely Streets (00:00) Andrew Gordon - Walking the Lonely Streets (00:00) 3 Andrew Gordon - Walking the Lonely Streets
Steve Bach - Rain Dance (00:00) Steve Bach - Rain Dance (00:00) 4 Steve Bach - Rain Dance
Angelo Vanotti - Sketches of Anderland (00:00) Angelo Vanotti - Sketches of Anderland (00:00) 5 Angelo Vanotti - Sketches of Anderland
Slap & Powell - Sex Drive (00:00) Slap & Powell - Sex Drive (00:00) 6 Slap & Powell - Sex Drive
Jordan De La Sierra - Nimbu-Pani: The Lemon Water Song (00:00) Jordan De La Sierra - Nimbu-Pani: The Lemon Water Song (00:00) 7 Jordan De La Sierra - Nimbu-Pani: The Lemon Water Song
Jessie Allen Coope - In My Heart (00:00) Jessie Allen Coope - In My Heart (00:00) 8 Jessie Allen Coope - In My Heart
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As escapism from corporate banality turned the corner in the `90s, a new generation of vibrant, software generated soundscapes emerged. Communal access to the internet propagated the new hive mind of ideas online, giving way to smoother, stress-free textures. The PC revolution opened the gateway to ray-traced playgrounds of color and light, allowing for visions of utopic proportions to manifest themselves on screensavers far and wide. Boot up your machine, load the software on this floppy diskette, and drop out of a reality bounded by the physical laws of the universe. Numero 95 is the soundtrack to the screen saver fever dream we're all trying to climb back into. Eight droplets of proto-vaporwave, synthesized in vinyl (or digital) form, fresh from Numero's archive of forgotten sounds. Are you looking for that half way point between smooth jazz and new age? Mac and PC? Quantum Leap and the X-Files? This software is for you. Housed in a replica floppy diskette, Numero 95 explores an early computer music unbound by scene or region. Eight solo pioneers vibing out at home in their headphones, traveling as far as the sound card would allow. This is music that barely escaped the hard drive and yet percolates at the edges of the algorithm 30 years later. Welcome to Numero 95.

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01. Quiet Force - Listen to the Music
02. Barry Coates, The Hats -Hovercraft
03. Andrew Gordon - Walking the Lonely Streets
04. Steve Bach - Rain Dance
05. Angelo Vanotti - Sketches of Anderland
06. Slap & Powell - Sex Drive
07. Jordan De La Sierra - Nimbu-Pani: The Lemon Water Song
08. Jessie Allen Cooper - In My Heart

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Last in: 18.05.2022
Cat-No: SJRLP485
Release-Date: 16.07.2021
Configuration: 2LP

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Release-Date: 16.07.2021
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Lena Willikens - Howlin Lupus (00:00) Lena Willikens - Howlin Lupus (00:00) 1 Lena Willikens - Howlin Lupus
Beta Evers - Hiding (00:00) Beta Evers - Hiding (00:00) 2 Beta Evers - Hiding
L.F.T. - Stay Away From The Light (00:00) L.F.T. - Stay Away From The Light (00:00) 3 L.F.T. - Stay Away From The Light
Job Sifre - At Least We Try (00:00) Job Sifre - At Least We Try (00:00) 4 Job Sifre - At Least We Try
De Ambassade - Niet Van Mij (00:00) De Ambassade - Niet Van Mij (00:00) 5 De Ambassade - Niet Van Mij
Toulouse Low Trax - Rushing Into Water (00:00) Toulouse Low Trax - Rushing Into Water (00:00) 6 Toulouse Low Trax - Rushing Into Water
V.C.V.S. - Hum (00:00) V.C.V.S. - Hum (00:00) 7 V.C.V.S. - Hum
Dave I.D. - Help Starts (00:00) Dave I.D. - Help Starts (00:00) 8 Dave I.D. - Help Starts
Broken English Club - Vacant Cars (00:00) Broken English Club - Vacant Cars (00:00) 9 Broken English Club - Vacant Cars
Krikor Kouchian - Deserver Dub (00:00) Krikor Kouchian - Deserver Dub (00:00) 10 Krikor Kouchian - Deserver Dub
Soul Jazz Records new ‘Cold Wave’ is a new collection of current electronic artists who have all been shaped by the early European cold wave artists of the late 70s and early 80s.
These first artists created new electronic musical landscapes as well as pursuing a stubborn D-I-Y aesthetic, often releasing material on cassette and pioneering use of lo-fi technology, primitive drum machines and home-recording techniques. As part of this continued evolution today many of the artists featured here also self-release their own material, run labels, publish fanzines, or are part of wider musical collectives.

Aside from the first electronic, no wave, and post-punk artists cited as influences –Suicide, Patrick Cowley, The Normal, Martin Hannett, Laurie Anderson, Public Image – this new generation of artists also show an exquisitely open source of electronic and disparate influences, everything from Underground Resistance to Purcell, from Scientist to New Beat and more besides.

Most of the featured artists are based in Europe and include Krikor, Dissemblance and VQOA from France, De Ambassade from the Netherlands, Moisture from Sweden, Kriedler from Germany, Céline Gillain and Carcass Identity from Belgium. One exception is FIT Siegel out of Detroit, connecting the electronic pathways of Europe to the Motor City.

All of the bands featured here make distinctive contemporary music out of the 80s roots of the first cold wave movement.

Tracklist:

01. Lena Willikens – Howlin Lupus
02. Beta Evers – Hiding
03. L.F.T. – Stay Away From The Light
04. Job Sifre – At Least We Try
05. De Ambassade – Niet Van Mij
06. Toulouse Low Trax – Rushing Into Water
07. V.C.V.S. – Hum
08. Dave I.D. – Help Starts
09. Broken English Club – Vacant Cars
10. Krikor Kouchian – Deserver Dub

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Cat-No: SJRLP483
Release-Date: 04.06.2021
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Dissemblance - Capture (00:00) Dissemblance - Capture (00:00) 1 Dissemblance - Capture
Carcass Identity - Reflexion Ocean (00:00) Carcass Identity - Reflexion Ocean (00:00) 2 Carcass Identity - Reflexion Ocean
FIT Siegel - Wayne County Stomp (00:00) FIT Siegel - Wayne County Stomp (00:00) 3 FIT Siegel - Wayne County Stomp
De Ambassade - Standhouden (00:00) De Ambassade - Standhouden (00:00) 4 De Ambassade - Standhouden
Wang Inc - Approdo (00:00) Wang Inc - Approdo (00:00) 5 Wang Inc - Approdo
Krikor Kouchian - Niños Matadores (00:00) Krikor Kouchian - Niños Matadores (00:00) 6 Krikor Kouchian - Niños Matadores
Ce´line Gillain - Fight or Flight (00:00) Ce´line Gillain - Fight or Flight (00:00) 7 Ce´line Gillain - Fight or Flight
Kreidler - Kannibal (00:00) Kreidler - Kannibal (00:00) 8 Kreidler - Kannibal
Moisture - Gammut (00:00) Moisture - Gammut (00:00) 9 Moisture - Gammut
Violent Quand On Aime - Of Course I'm A Liar (00:00) Violent Quand On Aime - Of Course I'm A Liar (00:00) 10 Violent Quand On Aime - Of Course I'm A Liar
Soul Jazz Records new ‘Cold Wave’ is a new collection of current electronic artists who have all been shaped by the early European cold wave artists of the late 70s and early 80s.
These first artists created new electronic musical landscapes as well as pursuing a stubborn D-I-Y aesthetic, often releasing material on cassette and pioneering use of lo-fi technology, primitive drum machines and home-recording techniques. As part of this continued evolution today many of the artists featured here also self-release their own material, run labels, publish fanzines, or are part of wider musical collectives.

Aside from the first electronic, no wave, and post-punk artists cited as influences –Suicide, Patrick Cowley, The Normal, Martin Hannett, Laurie Anderson, Public Image – this new generation of artists also show an exquisitely open source of electronic and disparate influences, everything from Underground Resistance to Purcell, from Scientist to New Beat and more besides.

Most of the featured artists are based in Europe and include Krikor, Dissemblance and VQOA from France, De Ambassade from the Netherlands, Moisture from Sweden, Kriedler from Germany, Céline Gillain and Carcass Identity from Belgium. One exception is FIT Siegel out of Detroit, connecting the electronic pathways of Europe to the Motor City.

All of the bands featured here make distinctive contemporary music out of the 80s roots of the first cold wave movement.

Tracklist:

01. Dissemblance – Capture
02. Carcass Identity – Reflexion Ocean
03. FIT Siegel – Wayne County Stomp
04. De Ambassade – Standhouden
05. Wang Inc – Approdo
06. Krikor Kouchian – Niños Matadores
07. Ce´line Gillain – Fight or Flight
08. Kreidler – Kannibal
09. Moisture – Gammut
10. Violent Quand On Aime – Of Course I'm A Liar

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Last in: 20.06.2022
Label: hobbes music
Cat-No: HM017LP
Release-Date: 22.04.2022
Configuration: LP

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Cat-No: HM017LP
Release-Date: 22.04.2022
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Kota Motomura - Paradise (00:00) Kota Motomura - Paradise (00:00) 1 Kota Motomura - Paradise
Kota Motomura - Tropical (00:00) Kota Motomura - Tropical (00:00) 2 Kota Motomura - Tropical
Kota Motomura - To Be Free (00:00) Kota Motomura - To Be Free (00:00) 3 Kota Motomura - To Be Free
Kota Motomura - Emotion (00:00) Kota Motomura - Emotion (00:00) 4 Kota Motomura - Emotion
Kota Motomura - Rhythm (00:00) Kota Motomura - Rhythm (00:00) 5 Kota Motomura - Rhythm
Kota Motomura - Flower (00:00) Kota Motomura - Flower (00:00) 6 Kota Motomura - Flower
hree years after he released the incredible New Experience EP (picking up plaudits from Bill Brewster, Tim Sweeney, Laurent Garnier, Horse Meat Disco, Leo Mas & 6Music’s Tom Ravenscroft, among many more), Tokyo’s Kota Motomura returns to Hobbes Music for his debut LP, Pay It Forward. This is the first vinyl release on Hobbes Music since the much-loved ‘Aranath’ EP by Leonidas & Hobbes last Spring. While the label maintains the level of quality control for which it has become recognised, the artist continues to subvert electronic and dance music norms in his iconoclastic way on this extraordinary record. He’s a mysterious character with an ear for idiosyncratic music that runs the gamut from ambient, exotica and jazz to disco, house and techno via post punk, new wave and funk. It’s highly original and all adds up to a confection perhaps best described as ‘Balearic’. Album opener Paradise is a certified jazz-funk JAM. Destined for dance floors worldwide, this one’s been dropping well with DJs, Motomura demonstrating his piano chops alongside Mutsumi Takeuchi’s sax. Tropical pushes the boat in a more rhythmic direction, some pretty wild drum programming laced with more sounds of the, um, tropics, before mad vocal yelps suggest something yet more tribal. To Be Free initially resembles early 90s progressive house (pulsing bassline, synth-driven melodies), before the arrival of some new wave guitar licks a la classic Talking Heads/David Byrne and ooh ooh vocal chants take it to another dimension altogether. B-side opener Emotion features Takeuchi again (on flute this time) and more vocal chants before things take a dramatic turn, threatening to open up into a full fanfare before calming and then bursting into wild life again with the exhortation that “C’mon, everybody dancing!” Rhythm flirts with an energy and pace more akin to a techno record: drums, drums, more drums plus a fair few yelps and chants - the kind of DJ tool that will send a simmering dance floor wild in the right hands. Flower closes things in a more melancholy style, familiar to fans of ‘Aboy’ from the New Experience EP, with plaintive acoustic guitar (performed by Akichi), birdsong and big piano chords.

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Step By Step / Creative Source
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Last in: 31.03.2022
Cat-No: SMGLR001
Release-Date: 25.03.2022
Configuration: 12"

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Cat-No: SMGLR001
Release-Date: 25.03.2022
Configuration: 12"

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Unknown Artist - Step By Step (00:00) Unknown Artist - Step By Step (00:00) 1 Unknown Artist - Step By Step
Unknown Artist - Creative Source (00:00) Unknown Artist - Creative Source (00:00) 2 Unknown Artist - Creative Source
The inaugural release of the newly minted Smugglers Way label, these two anonymous cuts bear the mark of a master’s touch: “Step By Step” is a hypnotic summer anthem featuring a singular majestic vocalist, and “Creative Source” has the the familiar euphoric rush of a perfectly uplifting 70s R&B/disco sample chopped hot and filtered.

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